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bowl week. come sunday the baltimore ravens are going to go head to head with the san francisco 49ers. two brothers are coaching the teams. the winner of the game is going to lay claim to the lombardi troitro i trophy. right now baltimore fans are giving a sendoff to their ravens. there you go, some live pictures out of baltimore where it's cold. they are headed to the heat of new orleans where mark maccay joins us live. this must be a fun assignment for you, my friend. i don't know how you got this lucky ticket. it might be because you know a lot more about sports than i do. >> hey, we will update you, ashleigh. we will bring you up to speed. everybody can get involved in super bowl week. hello from, yes, warm, muggy new orleans, louisiana, where the ravens can shed those fur coats or whatever they're wearing today. it's quite warm at least early in the week here at the super bowl city. the san francisco 49ers, ashleigh, arrived on sunday. the niners like everyone else who arrived in the super bowl city, media members like myself, ran smack-dab into mardi gras. we're talking parades,
is a linebacker for the baltimore ravens. he's been a staunch supporter of gay rights for years. >> for me personally, i just see it as a human rights issue. it's not gay rights. it's just equal rights. it's just human rights, and whether it's suffrage or, you know, go back to slavery or segregation, gay rights, it's all the same thing to me. i've gotten a lot of skrcrutiny. i'm officially known as the gay ambassador. >> in the locker room is what he's talking about. the maryland state representative called him out for his support and one of the team's owner to stop him from commenting on such issues. the team refused. >>> imagine you're the parents of both super bowl head coaches. who do you root for? jack and jackie harbaugh have that problem right now. older son john coaches the baltimore ravens while younger son jim coaches the san francisco 49ers and when their parents spoke to the media, it was john who had fun with it. >> our next question comes from john from baltimore. your line is open. >> caller: yeah, question from baltimore, is it true that both of you liked jim better than jo
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will lose it. that much is guaranteed since john harbaugh's baltimore ravens will take on his little brother jim's hour baugh's an san francisco 49ers. but will the order in which they were born make a difference? psychologist kevin lehman is the author of the best selling book "the birth order." why you are the way you are. he join us live from tucson, arizona. so who's got the upper hand here, mr. leman, the older or the younger brother? >> well, miguel, i'll tell you first borns rule. there are presidents of the united states, astronauts in outer space for the first 23, 21 first borns, two only children which are psychologically first cousins, not a middle or baby in sight. first borns do have an upper hand in many ways. >> you're not leaving me much hope. i'm a middle child. of course, the harbaughs are not the only comparison. look at a few of those. in the nfl, there are plenty of examples. >> peyton brothers. >> peyton manning and eli manning. in tennis, you've got venus and serena williams but guess who's the first born? venus. and then of course, peyton. you look at almost nel measu
as they walked off the plane. the 49ers have won five super bowls in their history. the ravens will arrive tomorrow. >>> south korean popeye con psy may not be in the half time show at the super bowl. there you go. he will be seen during the game. he's officially hit the big time now, psy will have his own super bowl ad for wonderful pistachios. here's one of the guys responsible for the multimillion dollar ad. >> he was really professional. an amazing performer, he really turned it on. as soon as we started shooting the commercial and delivered a true psy performance. he got along really well with our grammy award winning director matthew cullen, they collaborated and created a great commercial. every one of our commercials has a celebrity opening up pistachios in their own unique way. we've used people from the simpsons to the globetrotters. psy with all thinks great moves, he's going to open a pistachio as only he can. we're excited to share that with the 100 million plus viewers on saub super bowl sunday. >> all week long we're going to be covering the runup to the game. cnn is live in
. ravens will arrive tomorrow. psy may not be a half-time show at the super bowl. there you go. but you will be seeing him during the game. yep. he's fishily hit the big time now. psy will have his own super bowl ad for wonderful pistachios. here's one of the guys responsible fort multimillion dollar add. >> he was really professional, an amazing performer. he really turned it on. as soon as we started shooting the commercial and delivered a try psy performance. he got along really well with our grammy award-winning director matthew culen. they collaborated and created a wonderful commercial. we use folks from bart simpson, manny pacquiao, to the globetrotters to open up pistachios. you can imagine psy with all his great moves, he will open them as only psy can. we're pleased to share them with the viewers on super bowl sunday. >> all week long, the runup to the big game. next saturday, cnn live in new orleans with our take on the biggest sporting event in the country. how it became a cultural phenomenon. next saturday afternoon at 4:00 eastern. >>> the stars, the glitz, the glamour, th
all about the evolution of the sport. i read a quote that jumped out at me, from one of the ravens players who we'll be sitting with our popcorn and wings and watching this, what he said, let me quote him, 30 years from now i don't think it will be in existence. the thing i'm waiting for and, lord, i hope it doesn't happen, is a guy dying on the field. we have had everything else happen there except for a death. to either of you two guys, can the game survive? because it seems like the injuries are getting more and more serious. >> look, first of all, people used to die on the football field. and then in the early '70s the colleges and the pros got together and said, hey, we need better helmets and people -- it's, n it's, you know, there are mortalities in football, but, again, most of it is less than a lot of other sports. there is mortalities in all kinds of situations. but football, from a mortality standpoint, it is not that dangerous. it is not going to get worse. you may have a fatality here and there in football like you might in baseball or basketball or hockey or gymnastic
yesterday, in time for some sweet mardi gras parades. mark mckay is also there. when are the ravens arriving? will they be in time for all the partying that's going on? >> reporter: they won't miss it, suzanne. they will be arriving shortly after a huge sendoff. big rally in baltimore this morning to send off the ravens. so many story lines at this super bowl. we like it, as part of the media members, to cover these story lines. brother versus brother coaching matchup, for the first time ever that will happen inside the super dome sunday. big brother john, against little brother jim. and they will certainly be the featured attraction at media day tomorrow and all week long really. even their parents have a press conference scheduled. that's how big the harbaugh story is. jim's 49ers arrived on sunday, as we did. they were right in the middle of mardi gras. these were the scenes all weekend long here in new orleans. you had parades, floats, beads being tossed, drinking. regular saturday and sunday here in new orleans. new orleans having the super bowl and mardi gras, they would have it no oth
harbaugh of the san francisco 49ers and john harbaugh of the baltimore ravens think it's pretty cool for brothers to face off in the super bowl. still, the two have coached against each other in a thanksgiving 2011 game. john feels the family angle has been covered enough. >> every story has been told. we're not that interesting. there's nothing more to learn. the tape across the middle of the room story, you know? it's okay. we're just like any other, you know, family really. >> yeah, just like every other family in america with two sons in the super bowl. any who, thinking of buying a ticket for the big game? you'll have to go to the secondary market, as they say, and shell out big bucks. stubhub has seats ranging from $316,000, but you can also pick up a ticket for a mere $2,045. >>> that's crazy. a hockey fan gets kicked out for not being rowdy but wearing a coat and tie. he showed up in the seat behind the ottawa senators bench looking just like head coach paul mcclain, bushy moustache and all. ushers removed him from the arena. i guess the senator's management really doesn't ha
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